Shelly Parini-Runge, M.A. in Interdisciplinary Studies, published an article based on her master's thesis in the Interdisciplinary Journal of Partnership Studies in December 2015.
Through the environmental science coursework, you will gain a solid background in a variety of disciplines within science: life science and earth science and mathematics, while incorporating communication and writing courses. This curriculum is designed to provide graduates with the skill set most sought by employers.
Classes average 13 students and often incorporate in-the-field studies, in which you will encounter real environmental problems and work to find solutions.
Working with your academic adviser, you will have a unique opportunity to make connections with community partners while you explore your interests and customize your degree.